Category Uncategorized

Beth Krensky’s Between Spirit and Matter at Yale Institute

“Between Spirit and Matter” will open on Sept. 21st, 5:30pm at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music. Panelists: Margaret Olin, Maeera Shreiber, Ori Soltes. Between Spirit and Matter is an installation of performance pieces and ritual artifacts by the Utah-based artist Beth Krensky. As an acclaimed art educator and maker, Krensky considers herself to be “a […]

The Seventh Year: Shmita – Exhibition 

Modern Interpretations of an Ancient Tradition Opening Reception: Sunday, September 11, 2022, 6:00-8:00pm The exhibition will feature the work of nineteen artists, three of whom are Jewish Art Salon members: Ken Goldman, Rachel Kanter, Karey Kessler. The Stanton Street Shul Gallery, 180 Stanton Street, New York, NY 10038 September 11, 2022 – October 30, 2022 […]

Robert Brandway at the Centro Cultural Europeo in Venice

AMERICAN CURRENT IMAGINARIES curated by Milagros Bello, at the CENTRO CULTURAL EUROPEO / Palazzo Bembo is organized in parallel to the 59th Venice Biennale. The exhibition presents 14 mid-career artists from the U.S. and South American regions.  With their own spirit and a different starting point, each artist exhibits a personal mythology and keys to a […]

Spiritual pixels: reconciling Judaism and NFTs

Exporting cultural richness online through the worlds of Torah and NFTs. Artist Mike Wirth’s article Spiritual pixels: reconciling Judaism and NFTs is published in Challah Magazine, an online magazine for young Jews. “By now you’ve heard quite a bit about NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and may have jumped into their world yourself. NFTs are a creative […]


HYPERALLERGIC features an article by Amy Levine-Kennedy on Tobi Kahn’s solo exhibitions. Repair and Healing in the In-Between starts off with “Artist Tobi Kahn’s tranquil and optimistic paintings are salves many have sought during months of isolation and unrest”. The article discusses his current exhibitions at The Phillips Collection, the Henry Luce III Center for […]

Publication of ‘Duchamp’s Pipe: A Chess Romance’ by Celia Rabinovitch

Please register for this book launch at this link – You need to register to get a free ticket, and they send you a link to join the event: About this event The International Society for the Study of Surrealism is delighted to present this virtual book launch of Duchamp’s Pipe: A Chess Romance. […]

MAGICAL THINKING Exhibition at the Bernard Heller Museum

MAGICAL THINKING – SUPERSTITIONS AND OTHER PERSISTENT NOTIONS On View: May 24 – December 15, 2022 Dr. Bernard Heller MuseumOne West Fourth Street, New York, NY 10012  Black cats, horseshoes, wishbones, and mirrors are among the symbols chosen for exploration by over 50 contemporary artists. Superstitions about childbirth, and protective amulets to ward off the “evil […]

Yona Verwer – Amen Institute Artist of the Week

In the Amen Institute’s Fellow Program artists are assigned a portion of the Torah to inspire a visual artwork and they are paired up with a Rabbinic fellow to study this portion with, where together they work through important theological and spiritual questions that come from this biblical text. Eleven Jewish Art Salon members are […]

The Lost Expressionist – Nick Yudell by Celia Rabinovitch

JAS member Dr. Celia Rabinovitch art directed and curated a new exhibition at the Manitoba Museum entitled The Lost Expressionist – Nick Yudell, A Photographer Discovered. Featured is a vivid world captured by a young Jewish Canadian photographer from rural Manitoba during the Dirty Thirties.  His photographs feature dramatic portraiture, experimental photography, and images of play, place, […]

Panel Discussion Identity, Art and Migration. Artist Refugees from Nazi Germany and Today

Thursday, April 14 at 6:00pm at the School of Visual Arts New York: panel discussion “Identity, Art and Migration. Artist Refugees from Nazi Germany and Today”. IN-PERSON EVENT REGISTRATION LINK: In honor of The Fritz Ascher Society for Persecuted, Ostracized and Banned Art’s virtual exhibition “Identity, Art and Migration,” this panel discussion probes historical and all-too contemporary fault lines of persecution, […]

Conney Conference on Jewish Arts

March 27-30, 2022.All events associated with the 2022 Conney Conference in Madison, WI, are free and open to the public.  If you would like to Zoom into the conference please click here Schedule:

Encountering Samaritans

YU project explores our distant, oft-estranged cousins. Article by Larry Yudelson in the Jewish Standard. The Jewish Art Salon is participating with 8 contemporary artworks inspired by the Samaritans. The first phase of the project is an event at the YU Museum in NYC, March 27th. …. Dr. Fine’s interest in the Samaritans began during […]

First-of-its-kind Samaritans showcase  in New York on March 27

JNS Article about the Samaritans event at the YU Museum, NYC, March 27th, which includes the Jewish Art Salon’s pop-up exhibition. The Samaritans have been around for thousands of years, tracing their lineage to the “lost” northern tribes of Israel and living alongside Jews, Christians and Muslims for centuries. Yet this ancient group remains a […]

Barry Goldstein’s “Slice of Life” exhibition at Montpelier Arts Center 

Barry Goldstein’s “Slice of Life” series is currently on display through March 20, 2022. Ten 5-foot painted cardboard panels zoom in for intimate portrayals of people, setting and circumstance; juxtaposed moments in time. Each its own “slice of life” in Israel and the diaspora.  Montpelier Arts Center, Montpelier, Virginia, USA. “Barry Goldstein’s “Slice of Life” […]

Shtetl Art Gallery: Its Name Is Not Asher Lev

A new hasidic art gallery grows in Brooklyn and is already bucking stereotypes. Its founder is Jewish Art Salon member Zalmen Glauber. Can it survive, and what does it suggest about contemporary Orthodox life? Menachem Wecker’s in-depth article in Mosaic Magazine: That Ḥasidim wear their faith on their sleeves both places them in anti-Semitic crosshairs […]

Mär Martinez – Amen Institute Artist of the Week

In the Amen Institute’s Fellow Program artists are assigned a portion of the Torah to inspire a visual artwork and they are paired up with a Rabbinic fellow to study this portion with, where together they work through important theological and spiritual questions that come from this biblical text. Eleven Jewish Art Salon members are […]

JAS Members in AJS Perspectives

Perspectives, a semi-annual publication of the Association for Jewish Studies features eleven articles featuring twelve Jewish Art Salon artists and one JAS art professional. The issue’s art editor is art historian Samantha Baskind. Read the intro here ARTISTS ON THEIR ART SCHOLARS’ INSIGHTS ON ART THE PROFESSION

CANVAS Invests in Jewish Art Networks

The Jewish Art Salon is proud to be a new grantee!

Gabriella Boros – Amen Institute Artist of the Week

In the Amen Institute’s Fellow Program artists are assigned a portion of the Torah to inspire a visual artwork and they are paired up with a Rabbinic fellow to study this portion with, where together they work through important theological and spiritual questions that come from this biblical text. Eleven Jewish Art Salon members are […]

CANVAS Grant Announcement

We are thrilled to announce we received a major grant from CANVAS! The grant application was by invitation only, and we are tremendously excited and grateful to be the recipient. CANVAS is a funding and field-building collaborative that seeks to encourage, support and promote a 21st-century Jewish cultural renaissance. This grant was earmarked for the following during […]

Judith Margolis’ Train Music Book

Judith Margolis’ book project has just been published. Train Music by C.S. Giscombe and Judith Margolis A poet and a book artist take a train across the United States, creating and conversing along the way.  Late in the fall of 2017, poet C. S. Giscombe and book artist Judith Margolis boarded an Amtrak train in New […]

Amen Institute Fellowship with JAS Members

The Amen Institute launched its first artist fellowship; 30 Jewish artists will be honoured as their Jewish Artists of the Week. Creatives have been assigned a portion of the Torah to inspire a visual art work, and they have been paired up with a Rabbinic fellow to study this portion with, where together they will […]

Four Cubits – Jerusalem Biennale Fifth Edition

Eighteen Jewish Art Salon members are participating in this year’s exhibition, organized by Ram Ozeri. The Fifth Edition of The Jerusalem Biennale will take place November 11 – December 30, 2021 under the title of Four Cubits (ארבע אמות).  In Jewish tradition, the term Four Cubits (ארבע אמות) is used to point out a person’s private space. A cubit, or Ama […]

New: Emerging Artist Membership

The Jewish Art Salon is now accepting Emerging Artist Members! Eligibility is restricted to recent graduates (within the past 5 years) and includes all Jewish Art Salon member benefits plus listing in our Emerging Artist directory and leadership opportunities within the Salon. Read more and apply HERE. Our other membership categories are temporarily closed until […]

Heller Museum Opening Reception Sept. 23

The Dr. Bernard Heller Museum in NYC will reopen on September 23rd, 2021. Opening reception 5-7pm. Sixteen JAS members are exhibiting in “Relative Relations”. The exhibition closed during the Covid lockdown, but is now reopening with several additional art works. Advance reservations, proof of vaccination, and masks are required for your visit. REGISTER HERE: […]

Jewish Art & Architecture – Moment Magazine Zoom

Explore the exciting connections between art and architecture, ancient and modern, spiritual and utilitarian, and learn how transforming the environment through art and architecture creates change for societies and individuals. This event is the first in a series of The Moment Gallery Art Conversations.  Artist and film documentarian Simonida Perica Uth; artist and director emeritus of The […]

Archie Rand’s The 613 at the Memorial Art Gallery

The Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY, features an exhibition of The 613 by Archie Rand, the celebrated painter and muralist. For over five decades Archie Rand has been regarded as a maverick and rule breaker, and The 613 is his most ambitious work. An enormous multi-panel painting, it depicts surprising responses to the 613 commandments of the […]

After the Flood: Curators’ Note

CALL FOR ART – AFTER THE FLOOD: REGENESIS Jewish Art Salon member artists are invited to submit work for consideration as featured artists, to present their work in the live online “Open Studios” series. Provide a short text and up to 3 works.  Deadline: April 11, 2021 Eligibility: ONLY Current Jewish Art Salon members may […]

The New Venice Haggadah

To mark the Ghetto quincentennial, Beit Venezia, the international center for Jewish Studies in Venice, invited eight Jewish artists from all over the world to design a new Venice Haggadah, after a full immersion in the city and a residency at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica. Three of these artists are members of the Jewish […]

Vivian Mann – Jewish Ceremonial Art

Many Jewish Art Salon members knew the late Vivian Mann. A special April 13th virtual program will honor her memory. Jewish Ceremonial Art: Continuing the Conversation  Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 12 Noon EDT  Vivian B. Mann, Judaica curator at the Jewish Museum in New York and founder of the graduate program in Jewish Art and […]

Seeing Matzah: From the Talmud to Medieval Haggadot

Our Genesis Advisor, Professor Steven Fine, Director of the YU Center for Israel Studies, will present Wednesday March 24 at 3pm ET, along with Professor Ronnie Perelis. Click here to attend:

Out of the Narrows: The Artists’ Haggadah by the Jewish Artist Collective Chicago

New Haggadah using art as commentary, spurred by the COVID-19  Jewish Artist Collective Chicago (JACC) produces Haggadah featuring art by 11 artists. Out of the Narrows: The Artists’ Haggadah Available on B & N Press and Blurb The idea for a Haggadah featuring engaging, original artwork was the emergence of the plague of our time, […]

Tobi Kahn’s art in CCAR’s new Passover Haggadah

Tobi Kahn was commissioned to create all of the artwork for CCAR’s new Passover Haggadah, Mishkan Haseder, edited by Rabbi Hara E. Person and Jessica Greenbaum. Read more about it here Excerpt: What was the process like of working with Tobi Kahn, this Haggadah’s artist? Person: It was great to work with Tobi. He is a […]

Niv Magazine Call for Art

Niv Magazine is currently accepting submissions for their April issue—deadline is March 21.  More info

‘Body Text’: Feminist Art in Diverse Religio-Cultural Spheres in Israel

Virtual exhibition as part of the Tager International Conference on Feminism in the Abrahamic Religions, Jan. 31-Feb 2, 2021. Curators: David Sperber and Nurit Jacobs-Yinon VIEW EXHIBITION HERE: Recording of the opening here. The ‘Body Text’ exhibition seeks to highlight aspects common to feminist artists who create within different cultural and religious realms in […]

Mark Podwal & Elie Wiesel’s The Tale of a Niggun

Mechael Pomeranz, owner of Jerusalem’s Pomeranz Bookseller, came across a virtually unknown narrative poem called “The Tale of a Niggun,” written by Elie Wiesel. In cooperation with Schocken Books, an imprint of Penguin Random House, Pomeranz worked to get this poem published as a separate volume in Israel. The book has an introduction by Wiesel’s […]

Immortality, Memory, Creativity, and Survival; Ori Z Soltes, Editor

Immortality, Memory, Creativity, and Survival:The Arts of Alice Lok Cahana, Ronnie Cahana and Kitra Cahana Jewish Art Salon Advisor Ori Z. Soltes edited the volume and wrote the first essay, which explores the arts of the multi-valent Cahana family and is illustrated with 51 full-color images as well as 30 archival and recent photographs that […]

Happy Chanukah!

Wishing you all a healthy and happy holiday season! Art by 6 of our members Lynne Cassouto Created for and featured in the Jewish Art Salon exhibition “Pow!! Jewish Comic Art and Influence” this work imagines Ben Grimm, The Thing, a canonically Jewish character, inviting the Fantastic Four to celebrate a traditional Chanukah, with each […]


JAS OPEN STUDIOS ZOOM PROGRAMS CONTINUE! Tuesday, October 20 12 PM New York, 11 AM Chicago, 9:00 AM PT, 7 PM Jerusalem Lengthy social isolation during this period of pandemic has resulted in dramatic, life altering shifts. Join us for the next session of Jewish Art Salon’s OPEN STUDIOS as we explore the current work […]

Happy Sukkot!

We wish you a happy Sukkot holiday, which runs this year from the evening of October 2nd to October 9th. “Sukkot” is Hebrew for “booths” or “huts,” referring to the commandment to live in a small, temporary hut for the duration of the festival. The structures are a reminder that the Jews lived in these […]

Call to Boston Area Artists & Creatives

CJP and JArts are proud to announce the new Community Creative Fellowship, a unique opportunity for two Boston-area artists to share and learn with their community from November 2020 – June 2021. Fellowship stipend is $20,000. They seek two artists who are eager to share their craft, process, and Jewish story with many communities, and create […]

As We Are – Reflections During Lock Down – JewThink

“As We Are – Reflections During Lockdown” features the artworks of Sarah Lightman (JAS member), Laura Jacobs, Emily Steinberg, and Davida Pines. It is the first online exhibit on JewThink , the new not for profit service to allow diverse Jewish voices to be heard in Britain.  As We Are – Reflections During Lock Down – […]

Game of Life Video Art Screening

Aimee Rubensteen presents the Game of Life video art screening she curated for the Animal Crossing Artificial Intelligence workshop on Thursday, July 23, 2020. GAME OF LIFE is examining digital identities, simulated environments, and how the Internet plays a role in our understanding of communication, belonging, and racial politics. We are looking at the complexity of […]

VIDEO: Digi-Romanticism

Jonatas & Dana Blickensderfer, Founders of JADA present The Global Quarantine and the Rise of Digi-Romanticism. Curated by Yona Verwer for the Jewish Art Salon. An illustrated discussion on the manifold reactions to the search for meaning and deeper content in daily life during confinement, which deprived all of the constant multi-sensorial stimulation of life […]

Book Discussion Matthew Baigell’s JEWISH IDENTITY IN AMERICAN ART

The Hampton Synagogue Rabbi Marc Schreier Community Center will feature an evening around Matthew Baigell’s recently published book JEWISH IDENTITY IN AMERICAN ART: A GOLDEN AGE SINCE THE 1970’S. At this 24th Annual Author Discussion Series Baigell will be represented by JAS artist members Richard McBee and Joel Silverstein. Thursday, July 2, 7:30pm Glenn Dorskind, Chair […]

Akhnai Pizza – Graphic Novel by Ben Schachter

Artist Ben Schachter, Advisor to the Jewish Art Salon, is taking a slice of the Talmud and seasoning it anew in his upcoming graphic novel, Akhnai Pizza, a reimagining of the dispute between Rabbi Eliezer and the sages. What Can Graphic Novels do for Jewish Literacy? With Your Help, a LOT! Schachter, a conceptual artist, […]

Anna Sokolow’s Rooms

Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble Premieres Rooms2020, a Virtual Performance Video of Anna Sokolow’s ROOMS Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 7pm “Art is a mirror.” If life imitates art far more than art imitates life, then Anna Sokolow was distinctly ahead of her time. Rooms, Sokolow’s 1955 masterpiece, examined the psychic isolation and unfulfilled desires of characters […]

Congratulations Goldie Gross

Congratulations to our steering committee member Goldie Gross who graduated Baruch College in NYC with a Bachelors Degree in Art and Business. The Baruch Committee on Undergraduate Honors awarded her the Kanner Prize  for an outstanding honors thesis on the Communist Yiddish periodical Der Hammer. She presented the thesis earlier this year at the Conference of the College Art Association. […]

Otherness and Hiding. Jewish Life in Nazi Germany

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 5:00-6:00pm EST REGISTER HERE in advance for this event Otherness and Hiding. Jewish Life in Nazi Germany, with Celebration of the Competition Winners The University of Richmond Museums and the Fritz Ascher Society present Otherness and Hiding: Jewish Life in Nazi Germany, celebrating the closing of the exhibition Fritz Ascher: Expressionist, on view […]

Happy Lag B’Omer

What is Lag B’Omer? This holiday takes place on the 33rd day of the Omer, the 49-day period between Passover and Shavuot. A break from the semi-mourning of the Omer, the holiday includes holding Jewish weddings (it is the one day during the Omer when Jewish law permits them), lighting bonfires and getting haircuts. This year the holiday starts Monday night May 11th. […]

Ori Z. Soltes’ Ontogeny of Light

Jewish Art Salon Advisor Ori Z. Soltes has a new publication out: Ontogeny of Light ~ Apples, Suns, Mirrors, Electricities – Limitless Light, Oscillating Silences, Immersive Realms: The Art of Alex Shalom Kohav The artist, philosopher, poet, mystic, and, most fundamentally, creative thinker, Alex Shalom Kohav has produced an extraordinary and varied body of visual work […]

Yom HaShoah 2020

Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom HaShoah, is observed on the 27th of Nissan as a day of commemoration for the six million Jews who died as a result of the actions carried out by the Nazis. Every year communities around the world uphold the memory of victims of the Holocaust through Unto Every Person There Is a Name, […]

Ori Soltes' Talk "Symbols of Faith" ONLINE at the 92 St Y

Symbols of Faith: Art in the Jewish, Christian and Muslim Traditions Ori Z. Soltes will give a lavishly illustrated talk exploring how symbols—numbers, colors, geometric forms, gestures, and figures—are used in convergent and divergent ways in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim visual art; how so many of them derive from earlier imagery in pagan antiquity; and […]


The Syracuse University Press will be publishing Jewish Identity in American Art: A Golden Age since the 1970s  by Jewish Art Salon Founding Member and Advisor Matthew Baigell this spring. An exploration for the first-time in book form of Jewish-themed works by the generation of artists born between 1930 and 1960. “This important book deals in-depth with a previously […]

i am. an immigrant. Exhibition in Berlin

i am. an immigrant will be exhibited in Berlin, Germany during March 2020. Curated by Dorit Jordan Dotan, Artist in Residence – The Institut für Alles Mögliche (and JAS member). Opening Reception, March 5, 18:30 – 21:00 Gallery talk: March 8, 10:45-12:00. Institut für Alles Mögliche Schererstrasse 9, Berlin 13347 About the exhibition: Demographic changes […]

Bill Aron’s “The Indestructible Spirit”

January 27th, International Holocaust Memorial Day, marks the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp.  The Holocaust threatened the fabric of civilization, and genocide must still be resisted every day. Our world often feels fragile and vulnerable and we cannot be complacent. Anti-Semitism must be challenged by us all. In 2004, […]

Happy Chanukah!

Holiday art by some of our members. Click on the images to enlarge Mark Podwal, “Hanukkah Lamp with Bisons”. In this drawing of a Hanukkah menorah, bisons replace the traditional lions since numerous bisons freely roam the Białowieża Forest, 39 miles southeast of Białystok. Many Polish companies include bisons in their logos. From the series […]

FEAST: Semipermeable Membrane

From Aimee Rubensteen, curator and Jewish Art Salon member: I’m excited to invite you to a dinner performance in Brooklyn to celebrate the launch of PROTOCOLS upcoming Issue #6: TONGUES. I hope you can join us! Below is an invitation with more information. The event is on January 7th at 7 PM in Brooklyn.  Please note that tickets are […]

Meet Susan Schwalb

Every week we will introduce a person who makes a difference in the Jewish Art Salon. We start off with one of our most accomplished artists, Susan Schwalb, who is an advisor on our Steering Committee. Susan is one of the foremost figures in the revival of the ancient technique of silverpoint drawing in America. She has […]

Jerusalem Biennale 2019

The Jerusalem Biennale 2019 presents: For Heaven’s Sake! October 10 – November 28 14 Jewish Art Salon members are participating in various exhibitions: Confrontation – Conversation: Mirta Kupferminc Hebrew Suffragists: Andi Arnovitz, Nurit Jacobs-Yinon I’m Not: Andi Arnovitz Jewish Street Art Festival: Lenore Mizrachi-Cohen, Hillel Smith, Yitzchok Moully Living Under Water: Andi Arnovitz, Ken Goldman […]

Founding Member Laura Kruger in the News

The Avant-Garde Artists She Hangs on the Walls Laura Kruger and the museum she created for Hebrew Union College in Greenwich Village Kruger is a Founding Member of the Jewish Art Salon, and many of our artists have shown in her HUC – Bernard Heller Museum in New York over the years.  Lilith Magazine’s Summer […]

Spinoza in Beeld Vertaald

Art exhibition curated by Billha Zussman at the Oranjekerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Opening Reception September 14, 2019, 2 – 4:30pm On view until December 8, 2019. Participating Jewish Art Salon artists: Yehudis Barmatz, Rena Bannett, Gabriella Boros, Shoshannah Brombacher, Tal Demsky, Dorit Jordan Dotan, Goldie Gross, Judith Joseph, Ruth Schreiber, and Billha Zussman.

Met Museum’s first ever Rosh Hashanah card

New York’s Metropolitan Museum’s first ever Rosh Hashanah card is by artist Mark Podwal. The Met published this image after seeing it in his monograph REIMAGINED. View it here. Other Podwal events: On November 10 he’ll speak to the Harry Friedman’s Society at NYC’s Temple Emanu-El, November 12 book signing at Jewish Museum Shop for Heinrich […]


New exhibition opens at the Dr. Bernard Heller Museum at HUC-JIR/New York On view September 12, 2019 – June 30, 2020 One West Fourth Street (between Broadway and Mercer Street)New York, NY Exhibition Opening: September 12, 2019Reception: 5:30 – 7:30 pm | Program: 6:30 pmRegister Today Seventy artists explore human connections shaped by genetics, proximity, interests, […]

There’s Plenty of Significant Contemporary Jewish Art Hiding in Plain Sight

You won’t find much of it at the Jewish Museum, but a vibrant Jewish art culture does exist—and needs support. Richard McBee, in a response to recent articles in Mosaic about New York’s Jewish Museum, poses the question: what would an ideal New York Jewish Museum look like? … “But, I can hear readers asking: where is […]

Two Anolic Family Jewish Art Awards

CALLS FOR ART: – The Naomi Anolic Early Career Jewish Visual Arts Award, for artists who are 25-35 years of age. The 2019 cycle will focus on painting and drawing – The Isaac Anolic Jewish Book Arts Award, for professional artists working in the field of artists books. THE ANOLIC FAMILY AWARDS Established in 1980, […]

How To Be A Vegan Jewish Artist

How To Be A Vegan Jewish Artist Jewish Art Salon’s show includes two Mahwah artists By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN October 4, 2018 Excerpt:  The exhibition “Through Compassionate Eyes: Artists Call for Animal Rights” was curated by Mr. Silverstein and his wife, Julie Seidman, with the sponsorship of the Jewish Art Salon and Jewish Veg. Running from October […]


One of the Jewish Art Salon’s founding members, Laura Kruger, curator, will be honored Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa at the renaming of the HUC’s museum in New York.  The event will also mark the opening of the exhibition TERRA inFIRMA, in which many Jewish Art Salon members have artwork.  “TERRA inFIRMA” focuses on climate change and global […]

July Micro Grant Winner: Yehudis Keller

Congratulations to Yehudis Keller, our July Spare Change Micro Grant winner! Yehudis is an Art and Psychology major at Brooklyn College, and is currently teaching art to seniors and interning with art therapists. She has been a Jewish Art Salon Student Fellow for the past year, and she was selected to participate in the Jewish Art […]

Celebrating our 10 year anniversary!

The Jewish Art Salon’s 10th year anniversary party takes place July 8 in NYC when we will celebrate all we accomplished so far: 30 exhibitions, 40 other art events, many press mentions, and numerous exhibit connections for our members. We are at full capacity; RSVP for members only. 3:00pm-4:00pm      Meet and greet 4:00pm           […]

The Warsaw Ghetto in American Art and Culture

On the eve of Passover, April 19, 1943, Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto staged a now legendary revolt against their Nazi oppressors. Since that day, the deprivation and despair of life in the ghetto and the dramatic uprising of its inhabitants have captured the American cultural imagination. The Warsaw Ghetto in American Art and Culture […]

Jewish art at a watershed moment

The Jewish Art Salon’s exhibition has been reviewed in the Riverdale Press. ‘Jerusalem Between Heaven and Earth’ artists explore duality and context By TIFFANY MOUSTAKAS March 23, 2018 When the word “watershed” comes to mind, one might think of an area that divides water to different rivers. But it means a lot more than that […]

SCI: The Jewish Comics Anthology Volume

From the multiple award-winning publisher Alternate History Comics Inc, comes Volume 2 of their groundbreaking Jewish Comics Anthology collection! Inside SCI: The Jewish Comics Anthology Volume 2, you will find 18 original comic book and graphic novel stories full of action, drama, humour, horror and romance. Each story is based on ages-old tales from Hebrew […]

Aimee Rubensteen on niddah and Miami architecture

Curator Aimee Rubensteen wrote an article on Jewish Women Open Up About Getting Their Periods – These women reflect on Niddah. “One of the great challenges in living a Jewish feminist life is finding the balance between maintaining tradition and upholding feminist principles.”  … “I’ve been questioning everything about my Jewish upbringing and the heteropatriarchy embedded within […]

Using Art Differently: Art and Wellbeing at Ben Uri

Tues Sep 26th- Sun Oct 15th, 2017 The Ben Uri Museum in London explores the many ways in which art supports and improves mental and physical health and enriches our lives. At a time when health and wellbeing is high on the global agenda, Ben Uri demonstrates how the collection’s universal themes of identity and migration can be a unique resource for healthier lives.  This exhibition […]

Trix Rosen’s Exhibits

Two exhibitions will feature Trix Rosen’s artworks. KINDRED: CELEBRATING OUR ANCESTORS Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, MD August 11 2017- January 28 2018 “Pillow for My Grandfather.” 2017 16H x 24W inches, 2017 Printed image on 100% Cotton Twill Fabric on front, canvas backing, hand-made My grandfather Michel Leib was murdered on his […]

Rivka Nehorai’s “The Beauty of Us”

“The Beauty of Us” solo exhibition by emerging Brooklyn-based artist Rivka Nehorai explores human chaos and the underlying order and beauty she finds behind it.  Stitching together devastating moments in communal Jewish history- the Mumbai terrorist attack, Hannah Senesh’s trial, and a deadly Brooklyn fire- as well as the complicated nature of individual psychological struggles, […]

What We Forgot: A solo show of work by Lenore Mizrachi Cohen

On Yom Yerushalayim, May 24th 2017, the Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery at CKI will host work by Brooklyn based artist Lenore Mizrachi-Cohen. 7-10 PM at 603 St. John’s Place, Brooklyn, NY. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Musical performance by Samuel Torjman Thomas of the NY Andalus Ensemble. This series explores a corpus of traditional Judaeo-Arabic maxims from the […]

Ahron Weiner in the press

Ahron Weiner has been profiled in the 2nd issue of Brooklyn-based art magazine CreativeBloch. Download a copy of the magazine from the following link: Scroll down to page 60-61

Artists Beit Midrash NYC 16th Annual Exhibition

The Artists Beit Midrash at Temple Emanuel / Streicker Center culminates this year in the exhibit “Mystical Images”. Opening reception April 5, 2017, 6-8 pm Gallery hours (with docent) April 6-21, 11-4 Bernard Museum of Judaica, 1 East 65th St, New York, NY 10065 212-744-1400 Participating Jewish Art Salon members: Co-Facilitator / Curator Tobi Kahn. […]

Homelands Fundraiser

Jewish Art Salon member Lenore Cohen organized Homelands, a group show of work from 15 international artists. Each brings a unique perspective mediating on one of the defining moments of Jewish History: The disbanding of Jewish communities throughout the Muslim world. Homelands has been invited to participate as one of 25 exhibits at the upcoming Jerusalem Biennale […]


Postcards from the Collection of Frantisek Bányai. Exhibition Opening at the MUSEUM AT ELDRIDGE STREET Thursday, March 16 from 6 to 8 pm. Mr. Bányai will be present for this event. The Museum at Eldridge Street presents a new exhibition of vintage postcards from Prague-based collector Frantisek Bányai.  Focusing on scenes of Jewish life at the turn of the last century, […]

Andi Arnovitz Spring Exhibits

Andi Arnovitz is exhibiting in several venues and continents this Spring.  “Text and Textiles” Mana Contemporary Gallery New Jersey Through February 2017 “The Return Of Paper” Israel National Drawing Biennale The Jerusalem Print Workshop through February 2017 “Tzena Urena”      Ben Gurion University opening April 4, 2017 through  June; July- September 2017 Mishkan Museum of art, […]

ATARA’s 10th Annual Arts & Torah Conference for Women in Baltimore

ATARA: The Association for Torah & the Arts for Religious Artists Arts Expression, Torah Values is pleased to present: The 10th Annual Arts & Torah Conference for Women  March 2-5, 2017 in Baltimore, MD Performances in classical music, original songwriting, dance and theater •     Professionally trained Torah observant women share their talent to uplift and inspire •     Includes full […]

December News

  As 2016 comes to an end, the Jewish Art Salon is grateful for the opportunities we had to further promote and advance contemporary Jewish visual art. Also, we are entering 2017 with an expanded team: several highly qualified people will join us in the next couple of months. How are we doing? Read here some exciting reviews you […]

Dessel’s drawings on cover of Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal

Two of susan c. dessel’s drawings “A BRICK IN A SOFT HAT Series 2 Nos. 5 & 6 of 8 (Portraiture of Martha Gruening)” grace the cover of Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal, Vol 12, No 2 (Dated 2015, published Dec. 23, 2016). Dessel’s portraiture of Martha Gruening (1889-1937): suffragist, journalist, lawyer & civil rights […]

Yoram Raanan lost everything in a fire

Artist Yoram Raanan, and his wife Meira, lost their home, studio and  artwork in the current Israel fires. Forty years of work just went up in flames as the Raanan’s village, Beit Meir, was encircled in fires Thursday night. You can help by buying his prints or donate to his cause on the Chesed Fund An article (in […]

The Menorah: From the Bible to Modern Israel, by Steven Fine

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, NYC Lecture and Book Signing, Thursday December 15, 3:00 pm. The Menorah: From the Bible to Modern Israel by Steven Fine, Dr. Pinkhos Churgin Professor of Jewish History, Yeshiva University, and Director, Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies From Moses to the Maccabees and on to our own days, the menorah […]

‘Journeys and Longings’ by Michal Nachmany

Art exhibit at the Blue Dragon URS127 Gallery at an historical district of Taipei. On display Nov. 5 – Dec 18. 2016 at Dihua St. 127 (a market area) When Nachmany visited Dihua Street in 2015, the energy of the market, historical buildings, narrow streets, and the stories of the objects sold at the market, transported […]

Chaim Gross at the Educational Alliance, NY

  Opening Reception November 15 from 7pm – 9pm.  Educational Alliance, 197 East Broadway, New York, NY  Welcoming remarks from artist Mimi Gross, President of The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation and daughter of Chaim Gross. Wine & refreshments, including treats courtesy of Doughnut Plant. RSVP here. The exhibition “Home Away From Home” explores the deep ties between renowned American […]

Susan C. Dessel Highlighted by The Dangerous Women Project

Artist susan c. dessel was invited to contribute her work based on the life and work of Martha Gruening to The Dangerous Women Project, an initiative of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh. Curated postings between International Women’s Day 2016 and International Women’s Day 2017 will be added […]

Lenore Cohen’s Jerusalem Artist Residency in the Media

The Jerusalem Biennale pilot artist-in-residency program brings contemporary Jewish artists to Jerusalem. The first of these is Jewish Art Salon member Lenore Cohen. “Bridging the Gap between Cultures: A Syrian Jewish Artist in Jerusalem” mentions that Cohen is in Jerusalem as the first ever artist-in-resident supported by the Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art. By bridging the […]

Shoshannah Brombacher at CKI

The Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery presents a solo exhibit by Shoshannah Brombacher. Artists Talk October 22, 2016 at 8 pm (Chol Hamoed).  

Archie Rand & Samantha Baskind at CSU

Samantha Baskind, Professor of Art History, Cleveland State University, and Advisor to the Jewish Art Salon, curated three exhibitions on Jewish themes at the Galleries at CSU, Cleveland, Ohio, opening September 1st. The anchoring show will be the entirety of Archie Rand’s series Sixty Paintings from the Bible, not seen together since 1992, the year it […]

Derfner Museum exhibits Robert Katz: The Five Books of Moses

On view from September 18, 2016 until January 5, 2017, the exhibition consists of an installation of five mixed media assemblages inspired by the books of the Hebrew Bible. The opening reception and artist’s talk takes place on Sunday, September 18, from 1:30-3 p.m. in the Derfner Judaica Museum located in the Jacob Reingold Pavilion […]

Art Cart: Honoring the Legacy

Adele Shtern is participating in Art Cart: Saving the Legacy, a jury-selected program that matches 10 artists in NYC and 10 in Washington DC who have devoted their lives to art with advanced students in the arts, health care and aging to aid, organize, and document their work. Images of their art are in the process of being […]

Michal Nachmany At Manny Cantor Center

Jewish Communal Fund and Ernest Rubenstein Galleries, Manny Cantor Center 197 East Broadway | New York, NY 10002 August 30 – November 1, 2016 RECEPTION: September 12, 6:30-8PM GALLERY HOURS: Monday – Saturday 10AM – 8PM. Closed Sunday. Contact artist for a private tour at This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the […]

psalmsIMAGEand with Fred Spinowitz

Iona College Council on the Arts presents psalmsIMAGEand…a unique interactive exhibition  A visual conversation between the art of Judaica artist Fred Spinowitz and six photo artists: David Brown, Bart Gorin, Liv Jordan, Sagit Shans, Ahron Weiner and Scott Wright. Br. Kenneth Chapman Gallery: Iona College Arts Center August 29 – September 29, 2016      Opening Reception, Thursday, September 1, 6 – 8 […]

Saving Fruitful Trees

This art exhibition is juried by Sheryl Intrator and sponsored by Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey and its “sister city” in Nahariya, Israel. This exhibition is one aspect of the Partnership2gether professional exchange that was established by UJA Federation to strengthen ties between the United States and Israel and promote Jewish unity and identity. All […]


FLOMENHAFT GALLERY  547 West 27th Street, Chelsea, NY  April 28-July 14, 2016 Tues-Sat: 10:30am-5:00pm Interview & 7-minute Film: Tuesday, June 7, 6-8pm with Dr. Gail Levin interviewing the artist     Old City Publishing has just published Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females, Tapestries and Sculpture by Linda Stein, a full-color, 84-page book, with a foreword by Gloria Steinem, and essays by […]

Bruria Finkel in Alchemy of Words

On the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of DADA, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents a unique exhibition of works by artists influenced by the pan-European DADA movement in the early 20th century alongside manuscripts and contemporary sound performances associated with the medieval mystic Abraham Abulafia (1240- c.1291), who developed a “Kabbalah of Names.” […]

Arie Galles at the Kosciuszko Foundation

“Return/Powrót”, a series of 12 drawings by Arie Galles will be on display at the Kosciuszko Foundation, 15 East 65th Street, New York, NY 10065. The series is inspired by his return, after a 58 year absence, to Poland, the country of his early childhood. Opening Reception Monday, June 13, 2016, 6-9 PM.   Gilles will be giving […]

Corridors at the Jewish Theological Seminary

Corridors, an exhibition curated by renowned artist Tobi Kahn, features artwork by members of The Jewish Theological Seminary’s Artist-In-Residence Program. The exhibit is on view until November 1, 2016 The Jewish Theological Seminary 3080 Broadway (at 122nd Street) New York City The Billie Rosenthal Rubinoff Center for Student Life, Second Floor, Unterberg   Chancellor Arnold M. […]

Michal Nachmany’s NY Exhibits

Michal is exhibiting in 4 venues: UJA-Federation Gallery, 130 E 59 Street, New York, NY “Beyond the Balcony…” March 21-June 29, 2016, 9-5 Mo-Thurs by appointment: email Exhibit tour / artist talk Sunday May 22, 10:30-12 $15 in advance; $20 at the door, space permitting. Register at   “Journeys and Longings” exhibit BJ Community Rooms, […]

Hakhel – Visual Art Gathering in Brooklyn

Manifest your soul print. Sunday May 22, 2016 features an art event to bring artists together in this Shnat Hakhel – year of unity, to offer and draw inspiration from each other. Its goal is to offer Jewish artists a fresh dose of inspiration as to the “why” (purpose), “how” (process) and “what” (product) of the art […]

Tower of Babel with Tamar Hirschl

An international group show relating to the theme of language as a barrier to communication will take place at Schema Projects in Brooklyn. The exhibition will travel to Tel Aviv, Israel, and Perugia, Italy. Co-curated by Mary Judge, Doron Polok, Tel Aviv; and Trebisonda Spazio per l’arte contemporanea, Perugia Italy. April 14 – May 15, […]

Beyond The Balcony by Michal Nachmany

The UJA-NY Federation Gallery features an exhibit by Michal Nachman, opening April 5. The image of Theodor Herzl standing on his hotel balcony in Basel, Switzerland as he contemplates the future state of the Jewish people is familiar to almost every Jew and Israeli. The image reminds us of a time when such a modern state was […]

Sheryl Intrator Urman to Curate Jewish Federation Partnership2gether Art Show

Sheryl Intrator Urman, a past winner and curator of this year’s Partnership2gether Art Show, said technology is playing a growing part in enabling American and Israeli artists to share their work. “Technology is giving our show the capability to travel internationally and expand venues for the show in New Jersey.” This year artwork from 27 […]

Interview with Aaron Rosen: Can religious art be taken seriously again?

Jewish Art Salon Advisor Aaron Rosen is featured in a Q & A with David Van Biema. It is not easy to be a respected member of the art-world intelligentsia and take religion seriously. “Religion and modern art continue to be typecast as mortal enemies,” writes Aaron Rosen. But the very context in which he […]

Call for Presenter – NY area

Reconstructionist Congregation Beth Emeth in Rockville Centre, Long Island, is holding its 3rd annual art presentation. Their Beit Cafe will feature a presentation at 8 PM, following their Shabbat service on Friday March 25, 2016 Previous presenters were Naomi Grossman, and Siona Benjamin.  If you are an artist and are interested in showing slides/powerpoint and speak about […]

Ben Uri Museum’s New Exhibit “Unexpected”

Unexpected: continuing narratives of identity and migration A new exhibition in collaboration with Counterpoints Arts, juxtaposing works from Ben Uri’s permanent collection by artists including Frank Auerbach and Eva Frankfurther with invited artists offers a contemporary response across a range of practices and media. Artists include Behjat Omer Abdulla, Güler Ates, James Russell Cant, Ana Cvorovic, Juan Delgado, Tam […]

Aaron Rosen’s Art & Religion in the 21st Century

Jewish Art Salon advisor Aaron Rosen, PhD, has a new book out, which is garnering lots of attention. Art & Religion in the 21st Century, published by Thames & Hudson, is available on Amazon here.     In an increasingly secular world what images and representations do contemporary artists draw upon when they create ‘religious’ works of […]

Israel Tsvaygenbaum’s Worlds In Your Eyes at Kanner Kurzon Museum

Performing artist Judy Trupin will perform excerpts from “Voices,” her theatrical interpretations of Israel Tsvaygenbaum’s paintings, at the opening reception of his solo show on Sunday, February 28, at 2:00 pm.   The exhibit runs from February 27th through April 3rd, open daily. Exhibition Reception 2/28/2016 02:00 – 4:30 PM   Kanner Kurzon Museum (in Beth El […]

Miriam Stern in 2 Exhibitions

Miriam Stern has a solo exhibit at Congregation Shomrei Emunah, 67 Park St., Montclair, NJ 07042. It includes oil paintings, unique prints, collages, and digital prints. January – May 2016 Hours: Sunday 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Friday 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Tel. 862-621-6994           […]

Women in the Arts Conference – Partners in Creation

ATARA – The Arts and Torah Association for Religious Women in the Arts presents a weekend conference in the New York City area. Shabbaton Jan 22-23 –Spirituality and the Arts Passaic, NJ   Sunday Jan 24 –Workshops and Master Classes in music, dance, film, writing and visual art Columbia University’s Kraft Center, 606 West 115 Street, […]


Dorene Schwartz-Weitz’s ongoing art project is a recreation of Torah commandments. When completed, the Mitzvah Kotel Project will be a wall made of life casts that depict all of the 77 positive commandments a Jew can keep outside of Israel. Her vision of the completed project includes interactive software allowing for a discovery process in which each […]

#PlusLight, curated by Tobi Kahn – on CBS Television

You are invited to participate! Now in its second year, #PlusLight is a virtual project conceived by artist Tobi Kahn to focus on seeing light in everyday life, and sharing light and hope in the face of the daunting realities of our time. Inspired by Chanukah, the global community is invited to use this hashtag […]

Anna Fine Foer

With Silence Comes Peace, an art exhibition about mindfulness, features work by Anna Fine Foer. Opening reception, Friday Nov 20, 6-9 pm, with an artists’ talk at 7:30 p.m. Goucher College, Silber Art Gallery. 1021 Dulaney Valley Road ∙ Baltimore, Maryland 21204 ∙  ∙ Telephone 410.337.6000 October 27, to Sunday, December 6. In this exhibit, six artists explore […]

Albert’s Dream – New Works By Michal Nachmany

Art exhibit at the 14th Street Y, NYC. Opening Reception: Thursday December 10, 7– 9pm Michal Nachmany’s art is an echo of her childhood — a mixture of colors, sounds and scents from her weekly visits to the markets in the Old City of Jerusalem. Nachmany’s new exhibit, Albert’s Dream, explores the theme of journeys […]

Water inspired by Tashlich

The Windsor Jewish Federation presents WATER – מים Inspired by Tashlich Thursday, Nov 12, 2015, @ 7:30 p.m Juried International Art Show with Emily Stern. Exhibit on view until November 26. Artworks from the USA, Canada and China. Detroit River Canadian Cleanup Maestro Franz conducting the WSO for Handel’s Water Music. HNM Dance Company live “water” performance. Windsor Jewish Community […]

Art In Heaven & Andy Statman

The Jewish Music Café @ CKI in Brooklyn presents THE ANDY STATMAN TRIO   Plus a short film “ART IN HEAVEN” by filmmaker Zvi Rosenfeld, with a live improvised soundtrack by ELIE MASSIAS and Pedro Cortejosa. Art in Heaven weaves archival and personal footage and images gathered by Rosenfeld while photographing iconic abandoned synagogues of Europe into […]

Portraits: Revealing & Concealing

Art exhibit at the Deerfield Arts Bank Soft opening: Sunday, November 15, 2015 Festive Reception: Thursday, November 19 (6-8pm) Nov. 15- Jan. 14, 2016, W, F, Sun  2-6; Thurs 2-8 3 Sugarloaf Street, South Deerfield   Every portrait shows us something but also hides something.  18th century portraits were commissioned  by the subject of the portrait.  In […]

Israel Tsvaygenbaum

The Amsterdam Whitney Gallery will host a group exhibition featuring works by artist Israel Tsvaygenbaum from November 12-December 8, 2015. Opening Reception Thursday November 19, 2015, 6:00-8:00 pm. Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, 511 West 25th Street-Chelsea, New York, NY, 10001. Israel Tsvaygenbaum will exhibit 4 paintings: “Wrapped in Love“. Tsvaygenbaum always believed that human beings are not single creatures in this universe who have feelings […]


May 21 – June 21, 2015 Opening Reception Thurs. June 4 (6-8)  When do landscapes become LandEscapes? When we add an extra E… we invite leaps of the imagination… possibilities beyond sunsets and riverbanks. The Deerfield Arts Bank in Massachusetts is showing the works of over 40 local artists of every kind: photography, pastels, oils, watercolor, acrylic, glass mosaics, tapestry weaving, […]

Igal Fedida Gallery Event

Open Gallery Night. June 10th, 2015 at 7pm 1482 First Avenue New York, NY 10075 Tel: 310-466-3916 Refreshments will be served. RSVP recommended at

Jews, Rock and Roll NYC Benefit Launch

Jews, Rock and Roll traveling pop up museum would love for you to join them at their New York City Benefit Launch. City Winery will be transformed for one night only to showcase a preview of their exhibit…plus ample wine and hors d’oeuvres. Evening festivities feature an appearance by songwriting legend Mike Stoller of hit machine Leiber & […]

Upcoming Events at the Anne Frank Center USA

The Day We Left Hitler Behind: The Story and Legacy of the Kindertransport A Talk and Film Screening – May 19, 6:30-8:30 PM 44 Park Place, New York, NY 10007 A special screening of the 2000 Academy Award-winning documentary Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport. This important film tells the remarkable story of how […]

Proudly Jewish Posters

Voices & Visions (Harold Grinspoon Foundation) has just released a new poster series – a six-poster collection called Proudly Jewish, with quotes and images that exemplify for Harold Grinspoon and Diane Troderman the “values and ideas that Judaism teaches.” They refer to it as an operating manual for the 21st century. You can see the series at […]

Brian Shapiro – Midrash & Miscellany

Contemporary Paintings from Biblical Texts Karpeles Manuscript Museum. 21 West Anapamu St., Santa Barbara, CA May 1-August 30, 2015 Tel: 805-962-5322 View images and more info here. Directions to the museum here. With support from the Squire Foundation and Congregation B’nai B’rith Santa Barbara.

Adele Shtern in Shangri-la, L.I.C

Long Island City, New York: L.I.C. Arts Open festival, now in its 5th year, announces Shangri-la in L.I.C. Artists/curators John Baber and Miguel Luciano join efforts for this month long exhibition, highlighting a myriad of works including sculpture, painting, installation, and photography from over 70 visual artists with ties to the borough of Queens. Adele […]

Waiting in Wonder: a Counting of the Omer Exhibit

A new group exhibition explores a traditional Jewish counting ritual through modern visual arts.   Curated by Aimee Rubensteen. Opening Reception Thursday, April 16 at 8:00pm.    Creative Soul Gallery, 386 Kingston Avenue, Brooklyn, NY. The Creative Soul presents Waiting in Wonder, an intimate group show of 15 artworks. The selected works in the show include photography […]

Beyond Layers

This Washington DC group exhibit closes Sunday April 26 with a reception from 3-5 PM. Hillyer Art Space, 9 Hillyer Court NW, Washington, DC 20008 ‘Beyond Layers’ features Leda Black, Anna Fine Foer, Ruth Pettus, Judith Pratt, Marie Ringwald, and Sylvie van Helden. These six local artists show work that presents how artists today are using […]

Beyond Layers

Anna Fine Foer’s collage/ assemblage exhibition at Hillyer Art Space closes Sunday. Closing party 26th of April, from 3 – 5 pm. 9 Hillyer Court, Washington, DC 20008.

The Helpers of the Secret Annex

Originally envisioned by the Anne Frank House, this is a newly designed version, focusing on the brave individuals who provided food, clothes, medicine, and entertainment to Anne Frank and the seven other people hiding in the Secret Annex. Rob de Vos, The Consul General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in New York, will open […]

April events at The Anne Frank Center USA

April events Join us in April for these special programs in honor of the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe. Wednesday, April 15, 2015   6:30 – 8:30 pm Steal a Pencil for Me A Film Screening and Commemorative Program To mark Yom HaShoah and the 70th anniversary of the […]

Surrealist Impulse and Doug Brin: Journals

Derfner Museum, 5901 Palisade Avenue                                                                                               Riverdale, New York […]

Flora Rosefsky in the Bascom Exhibit: Appropriation Art – Finding Meaning in Found Image Collage

The Bascom: A Center for Visual Arts in Highlands, North Carolina  invited Flora Rosefsky and six other artists to participate in the exhibition  Appropriation Art: Finding Meaning in Found Image Collage, being held in the The Bascom’s Loft Gallery from March 7-May 31, 2015. A reception and panel discussion takes place on April 18, 5-7pm. […]

The Art Sprinter – Emerging Jewish Artists Awards

A global art competition specifically targeting talented contemporary Jewish artists from all over the world. The project was created with the vision to recognize exceptional early and mid career artists and present their talent to a global audience through online promotion and a gallery exhibition in New York. More info here  

Love at the London Jewish Museum

Don’t miss the Jewish Museum in London’s first crowd-sourced exhibition featuring everyday objects, historic artefacts, and works of art inspired by love. It was organised with the Cultural Institute at King’s College London, whose Aaron Rosen, a lecturer in sacred traditions and the arts, was behind the idea. Members of the public have submitted their own objects […]

The Light Within: The Difference Spirituality Makes

Flora Rosefsky is exhibiting in this WCA-JWAN show,  which is part of the WCA National exhibition “Transforming Community “ exploring Access, Community Art, Disability, Diversity, Ecology, and Spirituality. The exhibition takes place at the Westbeth Gallery at 55 Bethune Street in New York City from February 7-22, 2015 with an artist reception on February 14 from […]

ZEEK Magazine needs you!

Zeek is a small but amazing magazine, that has featured  innovative articles on Jewish art and culture. The Jewish Art Salon  strongly endorses Zeek and hopes you will help support them. From ZEEK’s editor: Ten Things You Should Know About ZEEK & Why We Need You Now At ZEEK Magazine, we work each week to develop and […]

Ariel Abrahams

Painting   sculpture

%d bloggers like this: